This is an exciting opportunity for a Consultant General Anaesthetist at a modern District NHS General Hospital.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to provide a flexible anaesthetic service to a variety of surgical specialties, with an opportunity to develop a particular interest in a sub-speciality e.g. regional anaesthesia, peri-operative medicine.
Job Title: Locum Consultant Anaesthetist
Location: East Midlands
Salary: £88,364 - £119,133
Contract: 12 months (with a view to extend)
The Department is an integral part of the Division of Surgery and Women’s & Children’s Services and the Division of Medicine, Diagnostics & Clinical Support. These divisions cover the provision of Anaesthetic Services, High Dependency and Intensive Care, Pain Relief, Pre-assessment and Community Dentals as well as the running of Operating Theatres & Recovery.
The operating lists cover the normal range of activity expected for a District General Hospital. The main theatre suite has seven operating theatres and separate maternity and eye theatre. Day Care Unit, (DCU), constitutes 3 state of the art full laminar flow theatres, and dedicated staff and patient facilities. This multi-million-pound development is designed to enhance patient flow and improve efficiency.
The department has a large focus on its Obstetric Anaesthetic Services – with about 2000 deliveries per year and a 24-hour epidural anaesthetic service in operation, using patient controlled epidural and analgesia pumps. As a team, the Consultants lead a daytime service, Monday to Friday – which all of the generalists participate in. The unit also boasts an Obstetric Pre-assessment Clinic for “high risk” patients.
All theatres have been equipped with computer terminals and the patient pathway can be entered and tracked electronically. The Trust has a paper lite electronic patient record with paper inpatient notes which complements the main electronic notes.
- Provide a flexible anaesthetic service to a variety of surgical specialties e.g. General surgery, colo-rectal surgery, orthopaedic, trauma, gynae, urology, ENT, dental, emergency surgery.
- Regular lists in a variety of surgical specialties will be accommodated in the job plan with an opportunity to develop a special area of interest.
- Participate in daytime Obstetric sessions
- Participate in the departmental Quality Improvement programmes under the direction of the Clinical Lead
- Participate in training and teaching of post-graduate and undergraduate trainees
- Consultant contract of 10 PA will be offered with the possibility to extend by 1-2 PA.
- SPA of 1.5 PA on commencement of contract and will be offered to work flexibly during the week. Additional SPA time will be based on mutual agreement
- Participate in a flexible 1:10 to 1:12 on call rota
- Pre and post op assessments
- Pre assessment clinics
- Paediatric patient lists (down to the age of 3 years)
Education and Development:
- The department pride themselves with their program of high-quality training, which is carried out for our junior and senior trainees in the East of England Anaesthetic rotation. As a Consultant you will be able to get involved in this, taking on SPA’s for teaching, tutoring, lecturing and mentorship.
- Regular, fortnightly FRCA teaching is held in the Post-graduate centre.
- Consultants take active interest in Clinical and Educational Supervision.
To apply for this role, you will need:
- Full GMC Registration (or you have been invited to the ID check stage)
- Previous experience at Consultant level in the NHS or overseas.
- Prior NHS experience
- Recognised post graduate degree (e.g. EDAIC, EDIC, MRCP, FRCA, USMLE)
- English Language Test (OET or IELTS)
- EPIC verification (via the ECFMG) of your primary and post-graduate medical qualifications
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